About the Professor
Dr. Andrew M. Koke has been studying, publishing, and teaching in early American history for more than 10 years. He writes and publishes on American colonial history, higher education, and virtual reality. Dr. Koke teaches broadly in American cultural, political, and religious history as well as pedagogy. He coordinates several college success programs such as the College and Lifelong Learning program and the PASS program, as well as teaching for the School of Education and the College of Arts and Sciences at Indiana University-Bloomington.
His primary passion is advocating for and finding ways to encourage excellent, interactive teaching. His PhD in History is from Indiana University, where he focused on colonial American history, British imperial history, and Religious Studies.